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Xi Jinping is very popular, and he’s eager to make a show of addressing political corruption. He announced a fight against the “four forms of decadence” — formalism, bureaucracy, hedonism and extravagance. The party leadership may be priming itself for a purge — locating local and midlevel officials that are low-hanging fruit: people they can make a public example of without impacting the top of the pyramid. As for the wealthiest, they are undergoing a PR campaign of sorts, trying to display more modesty. (China’s foreign minister just traded in his Audi for the same domestic model that Mao used to drive around in.) Make no mistake — these actions are largely cosmetic. They mitigate public dissent in the short-term, but they don’t get at the root of the problem. Why is that? China’s leaders can’t fundamentally go after the problem because the problem is them.

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